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Recent News

Pinckney Hill Commons Breaks Ground

December 2020 - We are excited to announce that our latest initiative, Pinckney Hill Commons, started construction in West Chester, PA.  See the latest article.

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Church Housing Corp. holds COVID-19 Clinics onsite for its residents!

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St. Peter's Place Celebrates 35 years

In October 2020, we celebrated 35 years since our first building opened its doors to seniors.  In honor of the event, we held a socially distancing ice cream gathering in the parking lot.

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On January 24, 2020, Kathryn Evans, Executive Director, along with U.S. Representative Chrissy Houlahan was part of a roundtable discussing the shortage of affordable housing in Chester County.  U.S. Representative Chrissy Houlahan announced her recent cosponsorship around increasing affordable housing in Chester County and complimented Kathryn and the rest of the Phoenixville Affordable Housing Task Force on their proactive, progressive approach to the issue.

  • St Peter's Place received a rating of 98b from our recent REAC.  What does this mean?  On an annual basis, HUD will do an inspection of the property.  There are only a few buildings that receive this high rating.  Church Housing Corp is very excited of this rating and it shows how we focus on providing buildings that the residents are proud to call home! (Oct. 2019)


  • Kathryn Evans receives the Women of Achievement Award!  The March of Dimes honored four women from Chester County in its 30th Annual Salute to Women of Achievement.  All four honorees have made Chester County a better place to live and work while raising funds for the March of Dimes mission to improve the health of babies. (October 2019)